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“Money, free MONEY!!!!! Come and get it!!!!” (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Don’t pass up virtually free money.

With just a little work, Coupeville High School seniors can snag a variety of college scholarships and workforce grants, and the competition for some awards remains wide open.

The Senior Parent Board is extending their application deadline until next Friday, May 14 at 2:45 PM.

Applications and essays can be dropped off with Eileen Stone in the CHS office.

First though, take a gander at the photos below for all the pertinent info.

The three scholarships are available to any Wolf planning to attend a two-year, four-year, technical, or vocational school, with the grant aimed at someone going straight to work.

All bring a crisp $500, with just a smidge of work required to be eligible.

Don’t leave money on the table.

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The way it always should have been.

If there’s one positive from the current pandemic, it’s this — Coupeville High School is adapting by moving its graduation outdoors.

Instead of jamming people into a sweltering gym in early summer, the ceremony for the Class of 2021 will take place at the stadium over at Mickey Clark Field.

The info you need can be found in the photo above.

And if you don’t know, the stadium and field sit behind Coupeville Elementary School at 6 S. Main Street.

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An Oak Harbor High School senior gets really into his artwork. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

The pandemic can’t crush creativity.

Oak Harbor High School handed its seniors boxes of sidewalk chalk and let them go crazy in the parking lot, and wanderin’ photo man John Fisken was there to capture the Pablo Picasso’s and Frida Kahlo’s at work.

To see more photos (and download what you want for free), pop over to:

Senior Chalk 2021-03-17 – John’s Photos

 

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The race must go on. Just not in person.

With the ongoing pandemic, Race the Reserve, the biggest fundraiser for Coupeville High School’s graduating class, has shifted to being a virtual event this year.

You pick a route (5K, 10K, half or full marathon), pay $45, and you’ll still get a bib, T-shirt, medal, and swag bag.

All proceeds go towards a safe, drug and alcohol-free graduation night party for the CHS Class of 2021 next spring, and you still have a week left to register.

The cut-off is Oct. 10, so get movin’.

 

For more info and/or to sign up, pop over to:

https://runsignup.com/Race/WA/Coupeville/RacetheReserve

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   Cade Golden rambles for yardage during a Coupeville Middle School game. (John Fisken photo)

He’s gold, Jerry, gold.

Or Golden, as it were.

Incoming Coupeville High School freshman QB Cade Golden has spent a chunk of his summer honing his gridiron skills, traveling around the country to football camps.

The most recent trip was to the University of Alabama, where head coach Nick Saban, the brains behind five national title-winning teams, patrolled the field as drills went on around him.

Now, Golden, who is still a month away from his first fall practice with the Wolves, has been tabbed to join other top gunslingers at Northwest 9, a five-day camp for QB’s.

Run by the Rough Diamonds Athletic Foundation, the event is set for July 30-Aug. 3 in Kirkland.

The camp is being offered on an invitation basis to 35 prep quarterbacks who have been plucked from Washington, Oregon and Idaho.

Golden and his fellow competitors will face off in testing, positional drills, 1-on-1 and 7-on-7 events, with the top finishers being chosen as the inaugural “Northwest 9.”

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